Tigerstedt is a Swedish surname. Notable persons with that name include:
Pauli is a surname and also a Finnish male given name and may refer to:
Nyman is an English and Swedish surname. The name originates from Anglo-Saxon culture. The name is derived from the words neowe, niwe, and nige which all mean new, and the word mann, meaning man. The name was traditionally given to newcomers. Other variations of the surname include: Newman, Newmen, and Newmin. People with this surname include:
Eric Magnus Campbell Tigerstedt was one of the most significant inventors in Finland at the beginning of the 20th century and has been called the "Thomas Edison of Finland". He was a pioneer of sound-on-film technology and made significant improvements to the amplification capacity of the vacuum valve. Having seen a showing of the Lumière brothers' new motion picture technology as a 9-year-old boy in Helsinki in 1896, he was inspired to bring sound to silent pictures.
The surname Palin is a name of British origin, either English or Welsh. Possible derivations include an anglicization of the Welsh patronymic ap Heilyn or a reference to the English placenames Poling, West Sussex or Sea Palling, Norfolk. Independently of this, Palin also is a Swedish language surname that occurs in Sweden and Finland.
Sjöström is a Swedish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
In Finland, a person must have a surname and at least one given name with up to three given names permitted. Surnames are inherited either patrilineally or matrilineally, while given names are usually chosen by a person's parents. Finnish names come from a variety of dissimilar traditions that were consolidated only in the early 20th century. The first national act on names came into force in 1921, and it made surnames mandatory. Between 1930 and 1985, the Western Finnish tradition whereby a married woman took her husband's surname was mandatory. Previously in Eastern Finland, this was not necessarily the case. On 1 January 2019, the reformed Act on Forenames and Surnames came into force.
Dahlman is a surname of Swedish origin. Notable people with the surname include:
Aaberg or Åberg is a surname of Swedish origin. People with this surname include:
Jakobsson is a surname of Icelandic or Swedish origin. The name refers to:
Malmsten is a Swedish language surname which may refer to:
Sparv is a Swedish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Robert Adolph Armand Tigerstedt was a Finnish-born medical scientist and physiologist who, with his student Per Bergman, discovered renin at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm in 1898. Renin is a component of the renin–angiotensin system which regulates blood pressure, salt and water homeostasis and is an important therapeutic target. Tigerstedt is also recognised as an educator, author and social campaigner.
Schildt is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Adamsson is a Scandinavian surname.
Grön is a Finnish/Swedish surname.
Axel Örnulf Tigerstedt was a Finnish-Swedish poet, novelist, translator, journalist and a supporter of Nazism before and during the Second World War.
Schoultz, Schöultz, or von Schoultz is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Pålsson is a Swedish-language surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Tähti is a Finnish surname and Estonian feminine given name meaning "star". Notable people with the name include:
Smirnoff is a Germanization of the Russian-language surname Smirnov. Notable people with the surname include: